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[COP28] How to implement policies for decarbonising built environments at speed and scale: examples from India and Indonesia
| 09:30 - 10:30 Gulf Standard Time (GST)

Time: 09:30 - 10:30 local time
Participating Organisations: Monash University Australia, Monash University Indonesia, the Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN), Institute for Transport and Development Policy (ITDP) and CLASP.

Event Description 
Decarbonising the built environment requires working with governments to change policy in integrated ways, and developing innovative policy reform programs with the local stakeholders that are responsible for implementation. So, how do we do this at speed and scale? 

In this workshop you will hear case studies from Indonesia and India of successful policy implementation in buildings, city planning, transport and mobility, and appliances. Contribute your experiences as well, to generate a list of universally applicable key strategies.  

Event Objectives
Based on the examples from low- and middle-income countries, identify a list of essential ingredients to implementing policy reforms. 
Showcase how Indonesia and India are working from the bottom up and top down to decarbonise built environments.

FACILITATOR: Dr Peter Graham, Executive Director, GBPN & Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Monash University
PARTICIPANTS: Dr Muhammad Ery Wijaya (Ery), Indonesia Country Manager, GBPN (online) 
Dr Eka Permanasari, Associate Professor, Urban Design, Monash University Indonesia
Daizong Liu, Director - East Asia, ITDP
Bishal Thapa, Senior Director - India, CLASP 

Appliances and Systems
Embodied carbon